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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY :i, 1917 TUI-: MCTiinmnr.M DAILY imiui.n en; "BRINGING UP FATHER" G. McManusJ THE RENTED i'FELL OUT THE. 1 JUST RENTED THE ROOM TO 4ENTLE HERALD League Baseball AMERICAN Chicago N'cw Vork Si, Louis i'lcvclnnd iMiihciciiiiiiii Detroit Lost, 1 r, S 10 s Ul 9 P.O. .CM X'ew Vork .M7'SI, Louis .531 Chicago Philadelphia .111 Cincinnati .315 I'lllsburg NATIONAL Won. Lost. S 4 ..10 7 ..10 S .357 Easy for White Sox ClOTelanri, May won (ho first game of (lie scries from Clcvc- .535 .r.on .30 S .301) IJrooklyn Cincy Wini Record Game Chicago, May 2.-Cincinnati .won n rorord same of liaseball from Chicago land wilhovit (rouble S In 3 today. Clil- loilay in the tenth innlnE. 1 I" 0. Jioxing Tournament Held ill Shorncliffe Brings Oul a Large Enlry London. Eng., May Cana- vlll pay the Otlav.-a club each game played by Ottawa in foronto. They also derided not to release Lalonde from Ibe Nationals. Cornwall will hare to forego La- londc's services this season, notw-ith- standing (he faclory town's rights to the star player. The directors will meet here again neit Tuesday night, when the Tetuiu- sehs answer na to the payment to BILLINO.S.IOPASS Washington, -May war em- ergency bill currying was Lalton in Lhe house loday foi final action and its prompt passage wild liul few deeming voles vir- tually was assured. De-bat ft on tho measure was completed by Ihc linnso late yesterday after one ot the brlrf- 'isi sessions on record. bill apiiroprlates for the army, for tbfl navy and the balance is to meet ex- traordinary expenses or other de- partments arising chlelly from tlio 'war. Ottawa for games i in Toronto; Cornwall's reply to the decision re- garding Lalondc, and the drafting of the season's schedule will be dealt with. DEFEATED Detroit Wins Hiicapo Williamson outpointed Scrgt. J. 1- 0 I mtms- Allwood. Detroit .3000UO 2 3: 0 fly, flii'd scored when1-'Thorpe lilt St. Louis .000 000 0 -1 slow bounder lo Vaughn. Dauss and Slnnagc; WcDraan, CincLnnall .000 000 000 1--1 Groom. Hamilton mid Sciurold. jClilrcGO......000 000 000 Outpiichus Johnson Toney, and VuuRlin am May 2. Fisher out-. son. iijlr.hcil Waller Johnson loday, 14 Innings To Tie Ing four scattered liils ami tin Tuns) New'York, May York and tit? tcam-rantcs were gcttinq Brooklyn ployed a H-lniiliig lie game' nine hits and scoring twice, Now York liore loday, Ihe score being 2 to 'ivon from Washington 2 lo 0. .000 000 A 0 inning lor ;vcw vorx wun a uoumcj Wisher anil Nujjarjiakcr; Johnson ami a ml Iho 12th with a triple, liul lhc.mic-i Air.tmltli. Irccdiiip balbmen could not score- rhlladclpliia al rjoslou, postponed., Mrooklyh .000 110 OOo uOO 10 3 I Now York S 3 A. M. Symington; -J. ALLwood ftnockcd out Driver P. J. I'iper; Corp. M. C. Orindlcy heat D. M. King; tone knocked out Sola- minl, Atlwooil lical Ting- nc tent Griiidlsy. FicaJ, Simpson Rankln; H. Martin licat E. J. W. II. Jlcudle beat A. Swan; Jimmy Clark lieat Driver Hoi- more experienced .Oian 5Iaisel. Pipp. Pccklnpaugh and Daker seem to be stronger balEtne.'i than ScoLt aad Gardner, while DIG HoEtoti outliclderE haven't mucli of an edge .trio. POSTPONE ANNOUNCEMENT, London, May Lloyd George's statement as lo the govern- proposed solution ot tho Irish problem, lias been postponed until neit week because of clr- ennistanccs. The success., of Oicreland Detroit largely depends on 'and their If "Wood and'Morton come through vrllli old lime 'oiTcctiveuess, Cleveland, already clipped Villi other first class; Including Stanley Coveleskic. Coumbc. Dagby, Klcpfer and Gould, will prove very dangerous. Dul Detroit, unusually weak on the box, must deport, almost. iorn Jiore louay. me score neing 10 on me nox. raugi neperi. aimosi Inolh Schiinp anfl Cheney Jimmy Clark lieat Driver Hoi-, entirely, on heavy hitting and nir- n 11 splendid ball. Burns opened Ihe i (I.UC- Semi-finals, Simpson lieal Mar- light fielding to keep out of Ibe sec- A 0 iniihig lor N'cw York with a rtoulilc jl111' Clark Bcndle. Final. Clark. olul Fielder Jones' Droivns excel Uic oilier ASSOCIATION Mt'rtiitrtpolis 300. foUnnliUB Kt. Paiu G n 1. ixmisvlllc 3 11 Milwaukee 1 5 Indianapolis 10 12 I Cheney and Miller; and Mc- Cnrtliy. Error Gave Phillies.Game Phlladelplila.-May error by! Smith gave Philadelphia Ihc run Joe Steelier has a novel explanation of his defeat by Earl Caddock, of Iowa- Tie claims lie mis understood Jils manager's signals and permitted Cnddork lo throw toira. Doifi; Vickors Lcai MacLcan; Kansas C'ly al Toledo, declcicil todays'gnmo vltli Joc Slicrtrs Bentlcy; Pie. 'ion '2 io I. In Iho slxtli Stork Scnn-nnnls, IIaSBarty bent Viewers; Shears heal Cnscio, Final, linearly. INTERNATIONAL No games-In .International. NORThWESTEFW Vanrnuvcr J 3 X, Kcnltlc 5 li 0. Grc.iL Falls-3 4 3, Spokane 2 1 Tacoma G.C 3 a PACIFIC COAST Al Kan Angeles 7 12 1. Run Franciscci 171. M 4 10 0, Pcrl- laml 391- Al 1-fia Angeles-Sail l.Rkc I.G.I, Vernoii 3 D 0. uctwccn second anrl IbJrcl, Uow- j dy threw to Stiutli who held tlic ball land then threw over Konelchy's heart i trying to catch Cmvalh Koing hnck lo itifsi Slock scored on the mror.' iUoaton r, 2 Philadelphia ..000 002 7 2i llarncs and Ocschficr and[ Klllircr. Amet Won Game j Pillslmrp, May plJt-hins hj- Ames helped St, Louis, lo shul out Pittshurg today I lo 0. Grime.'-, pilch- ed well but received poor suifpirt. SI. 5 0 2 3 Ames and Suydcr; Grihicg Fish- E ager Downing oil deck and l plfiaecd with the nullnok, Th wJl no o t dlnoitd cvtr ECU Wllll IhO nilUODK, hoyn wJK no on the dlnrnoitd every evening from now until May 2-ftli, when the tirsl gam-ts arc srlicrfuJefJ. In A few days a couiilO'of .Icania.'wlll lie plcknl. and Uic 'ana will ho nlilo lo H line 011 Iho limber VANCOUVER bOQ SHOW MAY 24 Four Hundred Enlrlet. Expected Canines From Far East Vancouver, R Alnr Iho largoel Itat of npccffll prizes In (lie hlalory at Ilrltlnh Columbia tlngilonv nntl probahly a record for tlic Pnclllt: conal, Ihc Terminal Cily Kennel clnli nf llils clly Sas (he; dale Tor Iho ]jth animal sjirlup hcnrli Rhone for Mny 2f> and One hundred and BCvcnly-tivo Bpcclftlg havo been Mated. From present (hero-will bo about 300 dogs benched, wllfi 0 to- Looks ;is if He Wanted io Get Him One-way Ticket to Vancouver same line iiji Hits spring, bul the ab- sence or Pitcher Davenport may he a hid handicap. If anything should happen In Johnson the Ughl-hfifing Washing- Ions would have a hard tiric kcc-iilng oul oC Ihc cellar. GrllT'F loam needs Southpaw Harper, ImL nobody seems lo know Ihe Inllcr will juln Ihc -Old'1 Fox." It Is a Iriilo early lo size Ihc Alii- Icticfe -ui> properly, on ihey have shown since April 11 Mack lo hare a team that is 50 per ccnl.- slroiiscr than Hie one Ihal (In- IsliGil Insf' In 1915 nnrf 1316. Tlic concilusion lo ho 'reached, (herefore, is thai the Highlanders nml lied Sox will be the ones lo fight It oul with Die White Sox :uid Cleveland for the championship. .al of over 400 entries. .There avo over ISO ciilncs nssurrd from outside, from is far south as Porllaml acid ns.fnr cast as Ilcgiun, Saskatchewan, vrlillcj icgotiallons arc now going on wilh I-oa Angclc.s and San Kmiu'iscn fan- ciers wllh a view in ImvinR some of he hiPt CQilCornla dogs nrcscnl. MERKLE COST CHICAGO Chicago's Cnhs paid In h.'irrt cafih lo Brooklyn for ihc iclonsc of First IJasemnn Fred This Rum Is. offlrlal, Mcrklo Is a good, lull not alt extraordinary, [Iret baseman, nnd IH generally rated lo he on Ihe to- The wealthy OTHcra of the Cubs nccrlcd a first htiscmnn, rcfi.irdlcsfl of the price. Charles FMibcIs, the shrcSvd nnd unpopular owner of the DoUgcrp, knew of tho Cuhs1 plight And put a fanny price lag on Mcrkle. Tlio I'nha were, forced lo pay H. H was strictly n cash hargnln of no oilier players being Involved, VITT JOINS OEROIT TEAM Chicago. May VIU, who WHS B holdout, but recently caino lo terms, Joined the iJclroit American league team licrc on May 1, "IJItldy" Piphop, who has slsucd _ leaso for -in open Ijoxini; .ircna, is] ovitlcnlly trying tn grit rid of his "old niiin of Iho Billy Weeks, the alleged mld'Jlcwcighl chnmplnn of! Canndn. for In a lellcr lo (he r-porllng editor of the Journal, the old fox asks how the prospects ore for a Canadian for Ihc. much-hatlercd Vancouver hoy. "If there will bo any chance lu use Weeks up your way on May 24, I can arrange It so he can gel nwny." says niddy, who Is evidently ready In clvn Hilly a cue-way llcket1 tn the I'AcIHc coasl for Ihe asking. hns hcen a dlsinal Failure during his cn.slern Invasion, dcFpllp tlio flowery pro.fs-agcnl a tuft' lhat licraldeil his ad- vent, anil although he nsnlrcd to mich hig game as Lea Darcy and Mike .Gib- bons, ii'iis obliged lo receive th6 knockout nnncb from Ihc lesser nIEarlcs of tbo Bccond rank. While on Iho subject of Canadian rlnfi lit 103 11 might he in cm Honed that since knock- out Johnny O'l-cnry (n Scallle a few weeks ago. Eddlo Plnkmnn. fs <'lHlnilnp tho 133 lh. rhampionshlp of tly; dominion. Three Scallle" hoys Vnlsc, I'lukmnn nnd O'Lcary have held Ihc llllo since Itaylcy II from Hilly Allan at monlon .Tonrnal. SPEAKER IS SUSPENDED Cleveland, Nay Speaker, of Ilia Cleveland'American league bnso- bair club, liflR been Indefinitely siis- icnded cis a result'of his run-in wild Traplrc lllldcurainl (n Monday's Clcve- antl-Sti': Louis contest. CANADIAN CRICKETERS LO9E iMay Surrey, Iho Anstrnllnn soldiers Lent the Cnna- dlfin medicals at crlckcl, C5 rung st 23, Now York Yankees must' be work- g fni1 hospital funds. They already vi iJakcr :ind Nick Cullop on the Injured list. LABOR MASS MEETING A mass nicpllnfj of.nil nnlon men in ia called iJi llio Temiile lor FRIDAY EVENING (MAY 4th) eight o'cloch. Thp pres- unl nhaso of (he ivhi-the-war movement which tltally inter- csls labor throughout Canada Is Lo be discussed and members or Qvcry organization should be nn hand. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE M EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., I.LD.. D.C.L. P H V. f. JONES, AK'I Gtn'l UOHN AIRD. Mu yv.c. BROWN, Sop'l of Cttati TRAVELLED WEST fOR MAMY YEARS, KILLED WlnnlvcB, Mny S, Jlus- Fcll, (or many ycnrs a traveller In (lie West for Ccxlvlllcs, ot Winnipeg, .who went Co [lie coast ycrir3 Hgo, hfla llCGI] klllcrl III HCllon. Hn CllllalCd shorlly nfter Ihe outbreak ot Iho vrur, wllli a Vancouver Scottish batlalloi. CAHTAL PAID Up, FUND, We must do many things, but everything that will help to win the war. You can help by saving. Interest allowed on Savings Deposits of ,i at branch of the nnd when Frank Troeli. ol Vancouver.! national champion ami lltle holder, lost the honors to J. H. Hopkins. Hopkins broke 57 out ot 100 hlrds in (he event. George JMllcr, of Bcllineham, look Ihe Hauler troplij- and Fred Csll the L, cup. Vancouver, B.C., marksmen Ehot the lull programme but tiid not figure in] Ihe prizes. iV girl, OSsflys of Tort-1 laml, the only woman or the tcurr.i. mciu, made E sccre in the title event. I GENUINE LEATHER Studcbaicr Sodicf are upholstered witi een- uinc leather, and it is of .high grade "sarac that voa" find on ms costing SSUj.lfl to 51QOQ-OP more than Studtbater cars. r It is soft, pliable, durable, fast-colored, and ft will not work ore, scale, crumble or check. describe this leather lo you because it shows the qualify of material that Studebaker uses in At conslruclion pi ils car, Hxpcnse has not spared cKeapet car in any particular. distinctly a. high-grade, fine aulornojjile. .Your comfort, your safely, your pride, have all been considered in the design ui .construction of both llic TOUR anil SIX, It costs only a little mort lo ohlain the quality that you find in Sludebakcr cars, and this quality is the'thing that gives you real economy. "It better Lo pay a little bit more and get the Made-in-Canad a" 40 H. P. 50 II. P. SIX................S16S5. F. 0. B.Walkorvillc. The Studebaker Garage 322 Sixth Strett, Opposite Htrild. J. T. Graham, Prop. Ltlhbrldfre, Alberta We Have For Sale One Ciulillnc in good rcjiair.......... Lethbridge R. T. Brymner, Mgr, One Rco converted One Fin'rt eonvcrled (nick Two Fords in good working order One Ford, only run 800 miles We all ol (he above (o he in good workinij order. BAALIM MOTOR CO. BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, Mgr, ;